Lolita - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 3-10 Summary & Analysis

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Having satisfied her rash curiosity, Lolita becomes bored with H.H.'s needs, and becomes his cruel "Frigid Princess". H.H. is constantly searching for the perfect place to make love to Lolita and at the same time find release from his obsession with the long-dead Annabel. At one secluded spot, a woman and her children come upon him with the naked Lolita on his lap. He coolly gathers Lolita up and gets in the car and leaves.

Another unpleasant incident occurs in a movie theater, when two harpies mutter about his putting his arm innocently around Lolita's shoulder. Because of Lolita's obsession with the movies, they watch sometimes 200 a year. H.H. tells her he is sending her to a high-class, no-nonsense, non-coeducational school. Once, they are stopped by police and Lolita sweet-talks them, seeming more afraid of the law than H...

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